- Peter Obi has again caught public attention following his recent visit to Kano State as a wedding guest
- The Labour Party bannerman was a guest at the wedding of the Deputy Senate President’s son to the daughter of the Deputy Minority Leader of the House of Representatives
- He became a trending social media topic when he was pictured with Senate President Godswill Akpbio and other opposition lawmakers.
The city of Kano had an August visitor when the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, attended a wedding.
It was the wedding ceremony of Abdullahi Barau Jibrin and Bilikisu Aliyu Madaki, the son and daughter of the Deputy Senate President’s son, Barau Jibrin and the deputy minority leader of the House of Representatives, Hon. Aliyu Sani Madaki.
Confirming this development on social media, Bashir Ahmad, a media aide to former President Muhammadu Buhari, wrote:
“Peter Obi attended wedding of Deputy Senate President’s son in Kano today. Peter has just joined the real politics, I am happy for him.”
The post came with a photo where Senate President Godwill Akpabio and Senator Barau were pictured together with Peter Obi.
This photo sparked a lot of reactions, with several opinions about the motive of the picture and what it meant for Nigerian politics.
“Something is cooking, now suddenly Our Principal Mr. Peter Obi is the new star boy. Everybody wants to align before court judgement ”
“The people we are fighting each other for, all of them are friends but you blocked me because I didn’t support your candidate are you not a clown?”
“See how all of them gather am. Celebrity. His Excellency The President!. The man Nigerians Voted For.”
“See the admiration they have for him…hanging around him makes them feel like they can launder their image. The ORIGINAL!!!”
“See as all of them humble because of Peter Obi.
“Wise Politicians. One leg dy Peter Obi side, the other dy the Drug baron Incase yawa gas tomorrow.”
Tinubu vs Atiku, Obi: Presidential tribunal warned not to deliver judgement that will set Nigeria ablaze
Meanwhile, a Civil Society Organisation (CSO) has warned the presidential tribunal not to give any verdict that will set the country ablaze.
The presidential tribunal is urged to ensure that truth and justice prevail in its verdict regarding petitions challenging President Tinubu’s victory.
The CSO said all eyes are on the Judiciary in Nigeria, and any verdict that fails to satisfy the requirements of justice may set the nation ablaze.